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Tag Archives: hip dysplasia
Wylie the Black Lab recently had surgery for hip dysplasia and degenerative joint disease (poor guy!). Hip dysplasia is a condition that occurs when the ball-in-socket joints do not perfectly fit together and can cause pain, limping, and other mobility … Continue reading
Well, I don’t think so, but here you go from Siobhan Adcock’s book, “Hipster Haiku”: The French bulldog test: Women who own them are mod Men who own them: gay We here at Trupanion don’t care about this kind of … Continue reading
The Doggy Bytes blog recently posted a fantastic article about the World’s Tallest Dog, George the Great Dane and the consequences of rapid growth in large dog breeds. I thought this was a very important topic to elaborate on and pass … Continue reading
Hip dysplasia is a condition of the hips that may seriously affect your pet’s mobility (and your wallet). Learn more about hip dysplasia with these basic questions to better understand your pet’s risks. What is hip dysplasia? Hip dysplasia is basically … Continue reading